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The Evening Herald.
PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY. ,
H o, BOTES, Eiltsr and PnMlstor,
W. J. WATEINS, Local Editor.
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FDBLIHHED DAILY AND WEEKLY.
JAIL FOR HERR MOST.
The New Tork Court of Appeals Afarm
the Aniirclil.t's Conviction.
New Yorur. Juno 17. Tho Court of
Appeals handed down Its decision nfllrtiv
lug tho judgment of conviction ngalnsit
llerr Jolianu Moat, and now tho npostlo
of anarchy must no to tho penitentiary,
William Ir. Howo has been Most'a
counsel ilurluK.nU Ills trouble, and has
Hiicceodvd In keerilna tho wurp brained
philosopher out of jail tlireo and a half
Most w s convicted of violating tho
statute nualnst Inciting persons to un
Most was arrested, tried, convicted and
sentenced before Judge Cowing, who told
Most that he bad uli ovorwholmlnu; in
jorlty of the American people against
him, nnd lu America tho majority ruled.
Most was soiitunced on Dec. 8, 1887, to
ono year in the Clackwoll's Island Peni
tentiary. The caso has been In tho courts
ovor slnco. This will bo llerr Most's
second visit to "tho Island." Ho served
a year on tho Island by n sentence of Re
corder Smyth pronounced in May, 1830,
for a similar spcoch in which ho held up
a riilo, said they cost $10 each and ad
vised his friends to buy them to shoot
Will Bo Given Away.
Our enterprising druggist C. H. lluscnbuch
whocirrles the lluest MocK of clruh, pol
ymeries, toilet articles, brushes, sponges, eie ,
is giving away a large number of trial bottles
of Dr. Miles' celebrated Restorative Nervlue.
He guarantees It to cure headache, dizziness,
nervous proxtrntlon, sleeplessness, the I"
effect i of spirits, tobacco, collee, etc. Drug
gists say It is tho greatest seller they ever
.knew. and Is iinlvcnnlly Mitlsfactory. They
lso guarantee Dr. Miles' New Heart ' lire In
all cnes of ntrvous or organic heart disease,
palpitation, pain In nlde, fcmolli-rlnii. etc.
Fine book on "Nervous and Heart Diseased
A brisk trado in baby coaehosthissoason.
OUlce of J. M . D. Hon INHON VI llaet 176th St. 1
Residence, W5 East 143 street. I
Nicw York, January 31, 1650
tie.'. Tirfivittnu HnpMHn Co. Gentlemen !
Having eullered for the past two years with
rheumatism, indigestion, sore throat, anda
complete breaking down of my whole system,
I was Induced (atter treating with several
prominent doctors) lo try tho Cactus Blood
Cure, which I continued to use lor about
n.irtw Auvu Kino, which lime I have been en
tirely tree from tho nbove-mentloned troubles,
rt Invn mrtrA nmhlllnll to dflV tllHU OI1V
tlmi In the past four years. 1 can heartily
recommend the Bame to any one having the
..ami. Imnhl J. M. II. ROBINSON.
Bold nt Klrlln's Drug Btore.Ferguson House
This season tho fruit crop will bo ono of
tho most profltablo of farm crops.
Hold It to tho Light.
Tho man who tolls you confidentially
ust what will euro your cold is proscribing
Komp's Balsam this yoar. In tho prop
aratlon of this remarkablo modicino for
couehs and colds no exponso is spitrod to
cotnbino only tho best and purest Ingredi
onts. Hold n bottlo of Komp'e Balsam to
tho Hirht and look through it; notice tho
bright, oloar look; then compare with
other romodios. Price 60c. and 81
Summer will drop in upon us next Sun
day as well as tho longest day.
Rocky Mountain Cure.
Tho druggists claim that pooplo call
daily for tho now euro for constipation and
eick headache, discovered by Dr. Silas
Lano while in tho Rocky Mountains. It le
said to bo Oregon grape, root (a great
remody in the far "Wost for those com
plaints) combined with simple herbs, and is
made for uso by pouring on boiling wator
to draw out the strength. It sells at CO
cants a package and is called Lane'
t Napoleon blue, a grayish tint of bluo, Is
ono of the colors of the season,
Shlloh's Consumption Cure,
This Is bevond in
Is beyond question the most
cessiul Cough Medicine we have ever sold
n lew does invariably cure the worst cases oi
C-itieh. CTroiiD. and llroDchllls. white Its wou.
derlu! siiccers In the cure of Consumption is
without a parallel In the history of medicine.
Since It's nrst discovery it has been sold on a
guarantee, a test which no other medicine
can stand. II you have a Couth we earnestly
ask you to try It. l'rlco 10 cents, 60 cents, and
11.10. If yonr L.nngs are tore. Chest or uacK
lame. i Hlilloh's Porous Plaster, bold bv
C. II. Hagenbuch, N. E. corner Main and
Tramps and cheap dross goods aro alik
in one respect thoy won't wash.
To NorvouB, Debilitated Men.
If you send us your address, we will
mall you our illustrated pamphlet explain
ing all about Dr. Dyo's Celobrated Kleetro
Voltalc Belt and Appliances, and their
charmins eflects upon the nervous de
bilitated system, and how they will quickly
restore vou to vigor, and manhood, l'amnn-
let free. If you nro thus afllioted, we will
tend you a Kelt and Appliances on a trial,
voltaic UKlv (Jo.. Marshall, Mich,
F There ought to be a demand for cans and
j .rs this yoar,
Miles' Norvo and Livor Pllla
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels thtounhihenrrm,
A riew discovery. Dr. Miles fills speedily
cuie uiuousnew, nan mme, lorpia nei, piles,
combination. Unemialed lor men. women.
children. Smallest, mildest, snretl 6rtoM,
-""its nHippiesjree, at u. n. jiugeiiuucii
n rn i sioro.
After all a tuning fork Is moroly a kind
or pitch fork".
Tho Greatest Strlko,
AmoiiL- the area! strikes that of Dr. Miles
In discovering bis Mew Dean Cure has
provou liselc to'.he ono of tbu most Lmportaut,
The demand lor it lias become osiouisiung.
Alrauly ihetraatuieut oi neurt ciisnp-oisue
lug revolutionized, and mai.y unexpected
cured elP-cted. Jtt-oon relieves short breath
timtstini!. nalns In side. arm. shoulder, weak
nnd hungry spells, oppression, swelling of
ancles, snjotherlug and Hrl dtopsy. Dr
MUCH UOOK uu ileurb ituu rtnutia uiKiuni
free. The nnequnled New Heart Cure Is sold
am' guaranteed by C. II Hii8eubtich,tbodriiK
glst.aKahts Kestorailve Nervine for head
afhe, 0 s sprees, hot Hashes, nervous oliIis,
opium habli, etc.
The rresent Member! Will bo Continued
I 1 In Tholr Positions. ' '
Ottawa, Ont., Juno 17. All reports as
to tho jiosslblllty of a crisis In Minister
ial circles hnvo beon disposed or.
When tho Houbo of Commons mot at 1
p. m., air Iiector Ijnnguviuu iuuu it Btutu
tuont, which, he said, had been entrusted
to him by I'romler Abbott. It stated
thnt, acting on Sir John Thompson's
advice, he (Abbott) had Instructed that
tho present (.auinot snoum oo conunueu
lu their positions. Abbott will assume
tho portion of President of the Privy
nnnnell. nnd tho Hallway Department
will bo administered by auothor momber
of the Cabinet.
Jew. Immigrating to Constantinople
London, June 17. Lord Salisbury has
received a despatch from the British Con
sul at Odessa denying tho reports of an
oiodus of Russian Jews to England, and
snvlnu that tho ticket nuclides hnd i
ceived uumorous inquiries from Jews who
were desirous of emigrating to America.
Tho ncrencles have done very little, how
over, tho majority of omlgrauts going tc
DosertlniM from tho Array.
Washington, Juno 17. Officials of th
War Department are very much grutillod
at tho decreasing number of desertious
from tho army resulting from tho legisla
tlon recently enacted, which makes the
private soldier's lot uioro endurable and
offers him nu opportunity to quit the
service honorably by "buying out."
Factories Clnicid by Ilcut.
YoNKEna. N. Y Juno 17. Tho heat
hero la Intense, and a number of persons
havo been prostrated. Somo of tho car
pet and bat. factories havo Issued orders
allowing5 tholr men to stop work on ac
count of tho boat.
Oludstono Kutlroly llccororod.
London. Juno 17. Mr. Gladstone has
entirely recovered from his recent lllnoss,
which was at no time serious euougu ic
make necessary tho calling In of physi
cians. It Is lot In Connecticut.
BmMiNoiiAJt, Conn., Juno 17. The heat
In this section Is intense, both Indoors
and out. Work Is practically suspended,
rivers are drying up and orops nre being
ruined for want of ruin.
It don t do to neclect nature's war Mm:
aches IhroiiKh tho tyttem, cause Klieunin
llnm. Nf.urnli?lii and ItnckHche. Trv 1Um1 Kloir
Oil. the Famous l'alu Cure. 25 cents at Klr
lln's drug store
Tho vestlbuled compartment sleeping cart
recently Introduced on the Chlrngo, Bt. JPauj
and Kansas Cltv Hallway are models or com.
fort, convenience nnd luxury. Any natron oi
the sleeping car is enabled, by the introduc
tion or l nese comparimeui care, xo secure in
same privacy auu ouvemence tutu nu wouiu
lu the best hotel. No other line west of Chi
cnen runs the compartment cars. In addi
tion, xne trains are equippea win iue reguini
open Iullraan sleeper, giving paBtengers their
choice. The ui..ing car service is miiy up u
the reaulremeutsol modern railwav service
An excellent cuisine, promptly served amid
r.1m.i... Inn. n, mniln.n.a nlin.nn.
leaves noimug now lu uo aesireu. auj- oi our
people coniempianng a lnp 10 any pari oi inr
went or northwest canuot 1 oslulv Kecurt
belter acconimodaMons or lower rates thai
by addressing w. i: cooley, uenerai Atsenl o!
ine raf-sencer aeimnmeni, wo luefeinuicu.
WHITE l'EAUS AND DARK CANONS.
Colorado Is a land of sham contrasts, ol
brilliant llehts, ol Intense shadows; a land
where helcbts and depths innke obvious the
meaning of the word antithesis; a land where
everv mood In mind cau llnd an answerlnir
mood lu nature. The high, white minarets of
mo mountains, irom wnose sienoer pinnacles
llont the wind-blown banners 01 the snow, ap-
ieai wuu sueni eloquence 10 ipe lony aspirtv
Ions of the soulf the sombre chasms cleft bs
Titan forces through granite-hearted bllh
wlibln whoso depths dark shadows throne
and swirling-torrents dashspeatt to the heart,
a language mat tnruis, inspires ana awes, it
does not follow that these glories ol white
peaks and those glooms of dark canons pre
clude the pleasant Intervals, the suuny
meadows or the secluded nooks wherein the
tueu mind or weanoa boiy may nnd peace.
ful rest and reluge from turmoil and toll. To
one maKiug a journey in coiomao, new
Mexico or Utah, or ta&lnsr a transcontinental.
tourfron' East to West, or vice verm, the Den
ver and Hlo Grande Ilallroad oilers nccom.
inoaations equal in eltgauce.convenience and
luxury u) mose oi any oiuer line wuu uie aa-
ded attractions of tbo unrivalled sceuerv
along Its line, abounding In a magnificent
opulence of white peaks and dark canons.
ine mourn oi itovemuer, i&w, wunessea ono
oi tne mosi lmponant improvements in ran.
road Includes that has vet been made In Col'
orado and the West. The completion of the
standard uauee of the Denver and KloGrando
Ilallroad Irom Denver, Colorado, over the
mountains to Ogden, Utah, which live years
ago was ueemru au impoHSiuiiuy, is cenaini:
a iriumpu oi aanne ana engiueeriug sail
The new line Is by the way of Leartvllle. tun
nellug Tennessee I'ase, threading the canons
of the Knglo and Orand'Rlvers, giving a view
ol the Mount of the Holy Cross, enroute, tak
ing Its trains through Olenwood Hprlngsand
down the Grand Klvcr to Grand Junction,
thence to Hnlt Lake City, Ogden and Han
rrHucifcco. uy mis route one is given an o
pomtnllv to behold the matmlrlcenceof Kac.
Ulver Canon and the marvelous beauty and
grandeur of the Canon of the Grand. The
overland train Is a model In everv respect
From the engine to the last nrst-cfass coach
everything Is bright and new, and of the
most elegant style of workmanship and
if any reader desires to know more about
mete Mupenaons woras oi nature, write to a.
K. Hooprr, General Passenger Ageut.Denver,
Colorado, and be will send vou. free ol cost.
elegantly illustrated booBB, glvlne a mil de
scription oi me marvels or me ncenio
.uine.'-- otaniey wooa in me -oreat Divide.
Is and will ever bo tho
Clout, influenza. Baokaoho.
Pnlna in tho Sido. Ghost ondl
Joints, Kouralgla, Sprains, &o
Befcre yoa aeed to tayi cotala
fO-FREE OF CHARGE"
the valtwUa tooki "OnHe to .Health," with
Prize Medals Awarded 1
50 Oent3 a bottlo, For Salo by
X. I, JJ. 3CIIHL.IIV,
frVC. II. JIA.Cl;3VJIVC',II,i
and other drufguts.
tht Amalgamated Convention Forward
Inn lu Work Vary Rapidly.
rrrrsDcno, Juno 17. Tho Amalga
rnatod convention will soon bo through
With tho wage scalo discussion, and by
tho end of tho week will probably be
going over the reports of tho officers.
Thcso nro also very Important in the
convention, and this year will show thai
the organization Is splendidly equipped
lu their knowledge of all the details of
their brnnoh of tho Industry. Tho ro
ports will also aho.7 that tho association
Is well supplied with the slnows of war,
better, perhaps, than any single labor or
ganization In tho world.
It Is expected that the discussion on
tho iron scale will closet to-day, and tho
work of the scalo committee npproved by
the adoption of tho schedule, Then
cither tho officers' roports or tho stool
scnlo will come up. From this point on,
however, tho work of tho convention will
go forward very rapidly. Thero will bo
little time spent on the other officers' re
ports, and, as tho iron scalo Is tho founda
tion of all their work, tho ro9t will be
finished In n hurry.
Tho election of officers will also bo put
through without much loss of time. Tho
Incumbents "re recognized as being fully
ablo to till tho bill, and will bo gtvon an
undivided voto ns an expression of satis
faction and commence.
THE FIGHT AT BRIDGEPORT.
Excitement Over tho 1'ollco aiuddlo Has
BmnonroiiT, Conn., Juno 17. Excite'
meut ovor tho pollco muddlo has quieted
own somowhnt and no general outbreak
s feared at present.
Counsol for the old Democratic Board
l'ollco havo brought two actions
tho courts agulnst Chief Hylands,
which servo to tie his bands until tho
case can be trlod. Tho caso will bo heard
next Tuesday. i
Capt. Finkorton Is acting chief at
present under the direction of the mayor.
The pollco detail was sent out last uignt
us usual and good order prevailed.
The military assemblod at 0 o clock,
but at U o'clock thoy wero relieved from
duty until further notice.
ACQUITTED OF MURDER.
Uounl. Muulcy,' Wife Was tho Only Wit
ness Against iiliu.
ScnA"TON, Pn., June 17. Dennis JIuu-
ley was acquitted of tho murder of
Patrick Ilanott In February last In the
courts hero. Tho uiurdor was very bru
tal, Barrett being kicked to death.
Munley was acquitted because the
only witness of tho killing was his own
wife. Sho was allowed to testify nt the
coroner's inquest, but tho court would
not permit her to bo beard because sho
was disqualillea uy inw.
Mary Kuiorson's Alleged Murderer.
Boston. Juno 17. Regarding tho Idea
tlty of the man arrested at Bnrncoa ias
tho aliened murderer of JIIss JIary Em
crson at Dedham, June 2, tho Consul at
that plnce telegraphs that the uescrlp
tlon sent by cable corresponds with tho
man as to eyes, nose and fact ol speaking
little English. Uo inquires whether this
is sufficient to hold the prisoner. A
cnble will bo sent asking If the man has
tho India ink marks referred to in the
description as first cabled. If tho roply
la satisfactory immediate steps will bo
taken to havo him brought to this coun
SI, 000,000 Given to Hamilton University,
Utica. N. Y., June 17. At a meeting
of the trustees of Colgate University nt
Hamilton.! last evening, a letter tram
James B. Colgato of Yonkers was read.
It was accompanied by an Indenture, ,by
which Mr. Colgate gives tho University a
million dollars without reserve. There
are certain suggestions, however, among
them one that the principles of tho Dap
tlst creed bo taught.
A Woalthy Danker Dead.
New YoriK, Juno 17. Garret Van
Ko-trand died nt his home in Nyack
shortly atter midnight at the ago of 70
years. Mr. Van wostrand was treasurer
of the Holland Trust Company 20 years.
n director of - the Broadway National
Bank, treasurer of the Reformed Church
Board of Publication, and had held
many othor important fiduciary pqsi
tioasj lie was very wealthy.
Doctors from Many Lands.
Atlantic City, N. J Juno 17. The
fourth quinquennial session .of tho Inter
national Convention ol ilomoepathlc
Physicians Is being held at this place,
and will continue to the 23d of the
month. Physicians from England and
almost every country in continental
Europe, as well as from Calcutta, are
The O'Gorman-Muhon Dead.
London. June 17. The O'Gorman-Ua-
hon, who has just died at an advanced
ago, was the man who introduced far
noli to Mrs. O'Shea. He was a man of
strict and punctilious ideas, nnd when
the scandal came out ho wanted to light
a duel with Parnell on account of the
base way in which the Irish leader had
taken advantage of the Introduction.
American Athletes In England.
Manchester, Juno 17. The delegated
members of the Manhattan Athletic Club
have arrived In this city and nppear to
bo In excellent condition. They have
Immediately begun training In tho old
Trafford Athletlo Club grounds in pre'
paration for the Iluddersfield sports on
Dickinson College. Commencement.
Carlisle, Ph., June 17. Tho third day
of the Dickinson College commencement
opened wich n mooting of the Phi DeUa
Kappa Society. Judge Russell, of the
New York University, was presont and
delivered an nadress. Five new mem
members were elected and six initiated,
Looking for a Defaulter.
Montreal. June 17. Plnkorton'i
ofucr nro here looking for Julio MerZ'
bacher. the New York defaulter. Morz
bacher is said to have beon seen horo on
Ki-Smutor McDonald Woaker.
Ikdianai-our, June 17. Ex-Senator
McDonald U weaker, due in part to tho
warm weather. Ills friends do not ex
pect a change for some days,
130 Killed and 300 Injured.
Mannheim, June 17. The number of
killed lu the railway bridge accident at
Haslo is now known to be 180 and 800 in.
Are You iemiss?
Nest td blood, kidney ond liver nflllc
tlbns, nervousness nnd nerve Irregulari
ties nro the most common.
Within tho Inst twenty-five years tho
number of nervous diseases has in
creased largely, and tho medical frater
nity have gltcn them n greu deal of
As to the causes of nervous affections,
their name is lcKlon; high living, dissi
pation, Irregularities of diet, Into hours,
overwork, great grief, tho high-pressure
mode of life, with Its ceaseless round of
activity nnd exertion, calling for con
stant e.Tpendlturoofnervo force, all tend
to depress and exhaust the nervous sys
tem. Tho merchants bend for hours ovtr
their books, or are whirled nt lightning
; spoeil over n country unknown to their'
S .fathers; tho student burns freely tho
S "midnight oil," while tho housewife, 111
hf r efforts to keep pace With the requlro
: ments of modern society, calls Into nc-i
Stive play overy fibre of the nerve system.
; What Is tho result? All over tho land
jjj medical men are battling with nervous
dyspepsia, norvous headache, nervous
; weakness nud in many cases wltngono
S ral nervous prostration, oftentimes, dw
5 veloplng Into paralysis.
To regain health you must correct nil
; that Is wronir in tho nerve centres, nUd
S thenaHthevarioustrOitblesarlsiug from
their diseased condition will disappear.
In Uiown's Snrsaparilla you havo n
norve tonic ond nerve food which sup
plies tuo waste tissues. Heinember that
At all Druggists 1.00. O
Use tm B
DOrt'T tako Something else "Hist as good," IT 18 NOT.
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NEEDS NO LAUNDERING. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN III A MOMENT.
THE ONLY LINEN-LINED WATERPROOF
COLLAR IN THE MARKET.
On and after Nov. 24, 1890, traint uM lea
ffnenanaoan at iouoivi:
r or vviglgnu, uuveiiuu, f inivt 411c, 110.
Castle, Bt. Clair, and way points, 6.0t, 9.1;'
a m and 4.15 p m.
uunaay s, uuu, a xn ana 0.1 u p m.
For Pottsvllle. 6.00, 9.10 a m aud 4.15 p m.
Uundays, 600, 8.40 a m and 8.10 n m.
For Reading, 6.00, 9.10 a m and 4.15 pm.
Bundays, 800, 9.40 a, m. and 3.10 p m.
For Poltstown. Fhoenixville. Norrlstowi.
and Philadelphia (Broad street station), 6,00,
U.10 a m. and 4.15 p m week days
ttucaays, um, v.iv a m b.iu p m
Trains leave Frackvlhe lor Bhenandoah 61
10.40 am and 12.14, 7.42, 10,U9 p m. Bunduys
11.13 a in and 6.40 p m.
Ieave roiiavuie lor onenanuoan, lu.ioano
11.48. a m 7.15. U.42 p m. Bundays, 10.40 a rr
5.16 p m.
jueave rmiaaeipma txiroaa sireei. siaiion)
for Pottsvllle and Bhenandoah. 22.214.171.124 a rr
2.10, 4.10 and 7,00 p m week days. Bunday 9.2!)
am anai.iup. m.
For w York, 3.20, 4.05, 4.40, 6.85, 6.50, 7.80
j.208.30, J.5Q, ll.OOand 11.15am, 12.00 noon. (11m
Ued express, 1.08 and 4.50 p m.) 12.44, 1.40, 2.80
3.20, 4, 6, 8, 6.30, 6.50 7.13 6.12 and 10.00 p m, 12.01
On Bundays, 3.20, 4.05, 4.40, 5.35, 8.12, 8.30. 9.50
a m. and 12.49, 8.20 (limited 4.50), 5.2s', 6,80, 6,5t
7,13 8,13 p m and 12.01 night.
ror nea uin, npnug neimm,
Ocean Grove. Asburr J'ark. nnd Long llranct
SW, 11,15, a. m, 4.00 p. in, week dayr Foi
e reenoia, o.v j p. m. weeic auys.
lialtlmor't and Washlnelon. 3.50. 7.20. 8.31
9.10, 10.20, ) 1.13 a m, 12," (limited express) B.4f
4.41 8.67 anf.7.40 p. m.. and 12.03 night, Fo'
Baltimore, my 2.02. 4.1 1,6 03 ana 11.30 p, m.
On rlundays,8.60, 7,20, o.ioano 11.1s a. m. .)
5.08 and 11,80 p m.
For Uiehmoud and tho Bonth 7.2011.18 a. n..
(Limited express 12.M p. rn.MX.vi nignt,weex.
days. Bundays, 7.20 o.m 12.03 nlghl.
Trains leave rarrisnnrg lor x-iiuiuurK auu
the west fiverv dav at 12.25 and 8.10 a m and
j.W (limited) and 8.40 p m. Way for Altoono,
.15 u m and 4.10 a m everv dav.
For ritunurg oniy, 11. ju a m aauy will iv.ai
p m week days.
Leave Bunhnry lor WllllamBport, Elmlra,
Oanandalgua, Kochester, lluaalo and Niagara
Palls, 5,10 a m dally, and 1,43 pm week days.
For Vatklns, 6.30 p m week days.
tor Itne ana lmerineaiaie ikjiuui, wubiu,
dally. Fur Lock Haven, 6.10, and 9.53 a m
dlly, 1J4 and 6.80 p. m. week days. Fo:
itenova 6.10 a m 1,43 and 6,80 P m week days,
3.10 a. m Bundays. 1
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ln mn' Meu. Ps Alrt
-T(rILMINUT0N & NOKTHEltN It. It.
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JVneiauie xnipeci suay, iv, jddi.
Tiains leave Heading (P. a lt. elation) for
Gibraltar, Heyferl, lllratboro, Joanna, Spring,
nold, Wayuesburi! Junction, Coatesvllle,West
Chestcr.riiadsford Junction, 11. O. Jnuction,
Wilmington anil Intermediate stations, dully
except Sunday, at 0.25 and 8.30 a.m. and 8.15
p. m. Sunday only at 8.05 p, Pi.
For Warwick, Bt. Peters and Intermediate
statlons.daUy except Sunday, at 9.20 a.m., and
6.19 p.m. Sunday ouly 8.15 a. m.
Fur Blrdsbora and Intermediate stations,
Saturday only, at 12 m. . .
For Baltimore and Washington (B. O, It.
It.) dally eieept Sunday at 0.25 and 80 . m.
nnd 8.16 p. in. Sunday ouly oi 3.05 p, m.
Trains arrive at Heading (P. & 11. station)
Irom Wilmington. U. & 5. Junction. Mont
chauln.Chaddsloid Junction, West Chester,
Lenope. foatesvllle. Waynesbnrg Junction,
Biirliigneld.Joauna.lIlrdsboro, Gibraltar, Bey.
fertaud Intermediate stations, dally except
Bunday at 10.20 a. m. 5.52 and 8.17 p. m. Bun.
rtiiv imlv nl 11 "J n. m.
Fiom St. Peters, Warwick and Intermediate
Hiaunns, uauy except punuuj, t
end 9 "A n. m. hnnflnv nnlv at 6 n. m.
From lllrdsbnro and Intermediate stations,
Saturday only aii.Jup. m.
From Washington and Baltimore, dally ex
cept Sunday, 30 20 a, in. 6.62 and 8.17 p. in,
Bunduy only at 11.24 ft. m.
110WNESH UlliaUH, Qen'l Pass. Agt,
A. Q. MCCA UBLAND, Bupt,
the ol6od, taking up the sound material ;
. 1 . 1 . . I nil faiib aWM-V ?
irujll low un.uu etu.i.i.iu, e-
nerve and fibre of the human body, and 5
In no other way can reconstruction and 5
Improvements in tho system go on. ;
pure nnd healthy lniO Hid blood. ;
Mm Dorcas Stoxk, wife of the well- S
known railroad contractor, who has op- !
crated all over New Emtland, became ;
afflicted with that disease so very com- S
mon among women. Hhe saysi "Ves, I ;
do know what nervousues menus. I Z
hnvo hud It In Its worst forms. Icou.d i
not sleep', could not follow any Hue at ;
work i tho cry of my babe struck luirsli'y S
upon my ear.lhe shuttjugof adoorMifck !
orthe fall of a book or any unusual noise ;
upon (ho streot Would (.Ivo mo a start. S
It seems to me, now that I look back to ;
it, as though I lived for years as soma Z
hunted nnlmnl might live. I mlstrnsted ;
overy one nnd was possessed of a con- 5
starit and nameless fear. Physicians S
told mo the nerve centre wns nfTected ;
and when my food would not digest; jj
when it soured on my stomach i whon 5
my appetite bocamo capricious, they ;
said I hnd nervous dyspepsia. I tried Z
several physicians nnd adopted overy Z
thlngsuggostedby friends, yet my nights ;
vero wakeful ones, and my days those! Z
of torture. Ono day Brown's Sarsapn- ;
rllla fell under my notice; I began the 5
usoof!(,nndasa resultthe nerves were !
returned to their normal condition, as
wero also tho digestive organs, and a per- ;
feet and permanent cure was tho result." Z
bottles for 0.00. 1
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SWEETEN THE nitEATn,
TONE THE STOMACn.
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the use of which will supply Important ele
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Kidneys, Liver, Stomach, nnd all Bowel and
Bladder diseases. It will dissolve calculi and
remove Ihem. It removes the urlo acid from
the blood and thus destroys Malaria and
Chills. It cults Blight's dlseuse, nnd Is es.
peclally recommended for people advanced In
life, aud for uenerai debility. For undoubted
proolB or this send for pamphlet giving full
particulars, to J 11. PKHIIY, Water ol LUe
Co., si eouiu Mam nu, wiiaes-uarre, to.
'hlladelpWa and Beading Eailroadi
Sm Thble in eBect Hay 10, lSttl
l NS LEAVE SOENANDOAfl AS FOLLOWS
Kir JJe'w york via Philadelphia, week duysi
O16J.3, 7.20 n. m. and 1283 2.50 and S.S6
fhi Banday 2.1U and 7.4b a. m. For Mew
ork, via Mauch Chunk, week days, 5.25.
20, a. m. and 12.33 and 2.0 p.m.
for Heading and 1'hllnnplnbin nk o.
1.10, D.23, 7.20, a. m., 12.35 2.60 and 8.55 p: m,
uudfly, 2.10and7.4a. m.
For Harrlsburg, week days, 2.10,7.20 a. m,i
0, 0.&5 p. m.
For AReptown, week days, 7.20 v m 12.3C
0 P. m.
2.3 j 2.50 nud5.5fip.m. Sunday, 2.10 and 7.8
For .Tftmaqun and Mahanoy City, week
ays, 2.10, 5.25, 7.20, a. m., 12.3S 2X0 and 5.55
. m, Bunday, 2.10 nnd 7.48 a.m. Additional
r Mahanoy Olty, week days 7.00 p.m.
For Lancaster nnd ColumLin. rtnv..
,20 a. m., 2.60 p.m.
or v uuumspori. nnonry and Lewlsbum,
leek flays, 8.25, 7.20 and 11.35 a. m., 1,35, 7.85
For Mahanoy I'lnue, week days, 2.10 3.25,
iw, ...UJ u. UJi, Jl', A.OU, a.OO,
7.00 ane JS, p, m. Bunday, 2 10, 8.25 and 7.48-
Ol.' D.UO p. 111.
For" Glrardvltle IKnminhftntinpW KtAtlnn
t flays, 2.lu, 3.25. 6.25, 7.20 and 11,30 a. m.,
12.35, 1 35, )Ui0, 6,55, 7JW and 8.25. p, m. Bunday,
for Asnianu ana unamojtin, weeE days, ( ma
2i, 5.25, 7.20, H.31 n. m., 1 35, 7.00 and ,! "
1 ra, Bunday 3.23 a, m 3X5 p. rn.
TKAINB FOB BllKNAWDOAIf :
Leave New Ybrk via l'hllndelnhla. week
lays. 7.45 a. m L80, 4.00, 7.), p. m 12.10
ngni. onnoay, e.uu p. m.. 12.15 nignt.
Leave New York via Waiioh ilhilnk. week
lays, 4.80. 8.45 n. m l.oo and 4.0) p. m., .
Leave l-'hlladelohla. xvw.z Onvn. 4J0. nnil
10.00 a. m. 4.00 and B.00 p. m.. frcm Broaa
.na Callowbill and 8.33 a. m. and 11.30 p. m.
from nth ana uiteu streets. Bimday 0.05 a.
aullso p. m.from stb nnc - -en.
Leave Heading, Week dayB, 1.33. 7.10, 10.C5
tnd 11.60 a. m., 6.55, 77 p, m. Bunday 1.35 nna
Leave Fottsvllle, week days, 2.40, 7.40 a. m
ISt, e.ll p. m. Buuday, 2. 10 a, m. and 2.05
iJVHYDAuuuHjuH, veei& unj'e, a.. II, O.H U11U
,1.2, k. m.. 1.21, 7.13, and H.18 p. m. Bunday a.'J
1. m, nnu z.00 p. m.
Leave Manonoy City, week days, 3.40, 9.1 P
tnd 11.47 a. m.. 1.61. 7.42 and 9.44 n. m. Bun-
Jay, 3.40 a. m., S.20 p. m.f
Leave Mananoy Fumey week oays,2'43,4.(0
1.30, 11.35. lLtSo. m.,1.05, 2X0. 5 20, 020,7.57, and
10,00 p. m. Bunday 2.4 ', 4.00, and 8.26, a. m,
Leave Ulrardvllle (Uappahannock Btatlon)
veek days, 2.47, 4.07, 8.38, and 9.41 a. m., 12 05,
1.12, 5.26, 8.32, 8.03 and 10.08 p. m. Bunday, 2,47,
17, 8.28 a. m. &41 p. m.
Leaye Willlamsport, week days, 8.00,9.43 ana
tl.&Sa. m. 3.35 and 11.15 p. in, Bunday 11. 1
For Baltimore, Washington and the wesii
via B. a O, K. K., through trains leave GLrard
Avenue station. Philadelphia, (P. H. li. It.)
it 4.18, 801 and 11.27 a. m.f 1.34, 4.24, 5.65 ami
7.23 p. m. Bunday, 4.18 &02 11.27 a, rn., 4.24
1.65 and 7.23 p.m.
ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION.
Leave I'hlladelphla, Chestnut street Wharf 1
.ma Bonth Btreet Wharf.
For Atlantic Cltv.
Week-days Kxpress 9:00 a. m. and 2.00,
1.00 p. in. Accommodation, 8.00 a. m., 6.09
Uundays. Express, 9.00, a, m, Acoommo
Jatlon, 8.00 a. m. and 4.30 p. m.
Keturnlng, leave Atlantic City, depot corner
Vtlanllo und Arkansas avenuex. Week-dayu
-Express, 7 .SO, .9.00, a. m, and 4.00, p. in.
Accommodation, 6.00, 8.05 a. m. and 4,30
4.30 p. m.
Sundays. Eiprt u, 4.00 p. m. Acconamolo
lion, 7.30 a. m. and 4.S0 p. m.
C. (i. HANCOCK, Uen'l Fass'r Agt)
A. A. MOLKOU. Pres. A Qen'l Manager.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
ABRANQEHKNT OP PASSENGER TRAINS.
MAY 10. 1891.
Passentrer trains will leavo Hhenflndnah fcr
Manch Chunk. Lehlguton. Blatlngton. Cata-
sauqua, Aiieniown, uemienem, imsion, rnu
adelphla and New York at 5.47. 7.40, 9.08 a. m
i&a:, i.io, o.o p. m, m
For Belvldere, Delaware Water Gap an A
Stroudsbnrg at 5.47, a. m.,and 5.20 p. m.
ror Lmoeriviiie ana xreniou, tr.uo a. m,
For White Haven. Wilkes-Barre and Pitts
ton 6,47, 0.08, 10.41 a. m 3.10 nnd 520 p. m.
ForxunsnannocK, io,4i a. m 3.10 ana s.vu
I- A ..I... . 1.1, . I ' .. r. ( ........
10.41 a. in., and 5.28 p. m.
r or iacey vine, xowanaa, oayre, w averiy,
Elmlra, Rochester, Buffalo, Magara Falls,
Chicago and all points West at 10.41 a. m..ana
6.28 p. m.
r or Aimira anu me w est via naiamanca ai.
10 p. m.
For Audenrled. Ilazleton. Stockton. Lum.
her Yard, Weatherly and Penn Haven Juno
tlon at 5.47,7.40, 9,08 a. in, and 12.62, 3.10 anO
6,28 p.m. a
For Jcanesvllle, Levlston and Beavei,'!
Meadow, 7.40, B.08 a. m. and 6.28 p. m.
For Scraatonut 6.17 9.08, 10.41 u. m, 8,10 and)
6:28 p. m.
or nazie urooa. jeaao, xiniton ana free
land at 6.47, 7,40, 9.08, 10,41 a. m 1262 3.10 and
i.m p. in.
For o.uakake at 6.47 and 9.03 a. m.. one
3.10 p. in.
For Wiggons, Gllberton nnd Frackvllle at
6.50 and tt.os a. in., and 4.10 p. m.
For Yatesvllle, Mahanoy City and Delano,
547, 7.40, 9.08, 10.41, 10,68 a. m.,12.52,8.10,5.26, 8,03,
9Ji and 10.27 p.m.
r or ijosi, ureea, jiraravuie unu ahuhuiu,
27. 126.96.36.199. 10.15 a. m.. 1.00.1.40.4.10, 6.85,
8.10 and 9.14 p.m.
For Dancwater, St. Clair and PotUvllle.
7.40, 9.08, 10.68 a.m., 12.52,3.10,4.10,68 and 8.00
For Ruck Mountain. New Boston and
Morea. 7.40. 9.08. 10.63 a. m.. 12.62. 3.10. 5.28 ana
8.03 p. m.
For Raven Run, Centralis, ML, Carmel an3
Bhamokln, 8.62, and 10.15 a. m., 1.40, 4.40
ftua e.uo p. in.
Trains leave Bhamokln for Bhenandoah.
75 115 a. m., 2.10. 4.30 and 930 p. m., arrlvlnc
at Shenandoah, 9.05 a. m., 12.52, 3.10, 6.28 ana
li.ia p. m,
1 DUH1A2 XiVAiriO.
For Lost Creek. Qlrardvllle and Ashland.
6.50, 9.10 11.35 a. m., 2.45 p. m.
For Darkwater. St. Clair and Pottsvllle,
6.50, 8.00, 9.S0 b. m.. 2.45 p. m.
For-Yatesvllle, Mahanoy City and Delano
8.00, 11.35 a. m 1.40, 4.40, 6.03 p. m.
fur UMif , auuouiicu nuu uu&in.wu, d.w
m 1.40 p. m:
ForMauch Chunk. Leblgbton, Blatlngton.
Catasauqua, Allentown, Bethlehem, Kastou
and New York, 8.00 a. m., 1.40 p. m:
x1 or rnuaaeipnia, i.iu p. m.
Gen'l Pass. Agt., Bethlehem.
nnn't foreet that this Is the onlv tmitp-1 v vet.
tafe)e nn.d ellectlve blood purifier known.
useu iur owjwiB iu jiidiiituuu iwu year
tested In this country. It absolutely nentral
Ires andvremoves si) impurities of the blood,
whether of scrofulous or speclflo origin, In
herited or acquired, and Is the only reliable
remedy, Contains no mineral, and has no
failures and no relapses. '
Soli) at Klrlln's Drug Store,
Fcrguion'B Hotel Jllock, tlhenandoah, Pa.
t-.ai e at onre.110 operation
vafct!aj)4 unuui 'uiu
auvicu i ree. .
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